Photowalking tour of Stanford University

November 9th, 2007 |
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This is a real treat. Stanford University’s Ian Hsu setup a tour for a fairly large group of photographers. We met Patience Young, who gave us a tour of the Rodin Statue Garden, Bernard Barryte who told us a story about the Burghers of Calais, and Gabe Hoffman and the rest of the hybrid systems lab crew who showed us their quadrotor helicopters. Add in Thomas Hawk and tons of other cool photographers who joined us for the tour and you’ll not just get a great tour of Stanford University from a unique perspective but you’ll learn some photography tips from Thomas as well.

Special thanks go to our photowalkers who contributed their photos to this video:

Thomas Hawk

Robert Scoble

Chris Collins

Jeremy Franklin

Josh Thompson

Jeff Henderson

Jigar Champaneria

David Newman

Min Liu

Matt Roe

Dennis Goedegebuure

“Jadient” on Flickr

If I left anyone out, please accept my sincerest apology.

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